Cardinal Health Micro Diary/MicroTel Boot Firmware

Category: Other
Manufacturer: Micro Medical Ltd
Caution Level: Safe
Download File Size: 506 KB
Operating System: Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows Vista
Latest Version / Release Date: 2 / 01 Jul 2009

Windows device driver information for Cardinal Health Micro Diary/MicroTel Boot Firmware

The Cardinal Health Micro Diary is a precision electronic data capture device that is designed as a miniature Spirometer. It is deployed as a viable alternative to paper based Diary Cards and mechanical PEF meters that are commonly used for clinical trials. The device driver of this hardware components provides not only accuracy but also stability to support the keypad entry with its corresponding onscreen display. This particular device is designed as a programmable instrument that can be customized to the specific protocol needs with the use of a Personal Computer and a corresponding software application. The Cardinal Health Micro Diary connects to the host computer system via the Universal Serial Bus interface port for faster data transfer operations. The communication layer established by the device driver supports the rapid data transfer to and from the host computer system. This device conforms to the ATS/ERS 2005 standards and is calibrated based on these specifications.

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In order to comply with the requirements of the Food and Drug Administration with regards to the secure data entry process the device driver of the Cardinal Health Micro Diary allows for the implementation of a Protected ID Number to secure the clinical trial results. The data retrieval process can be done via the direct connection to a host computer system or using remote connection procedures via a modem hardware. The device driver also supports the printing of the clinical results by exporting the values into a centralized database file. The device driver is commonly deployed with a bundled software application that makes the seemingly tedious process more simple and easier to deploy. The device driver also allows for the management and configuration of the specific protocols to be used in the clinical trials and is activated individually for each subject based on the protocol set by the investigator. It is highly recommended you run a free registry scan for and Cardinal Health Micro Diary/MicroTel Boot Firmware errors before installing any driver updates.